Forget plastics and fossil fuels, hemp is a sustainable alternative that can save our planet.  


Hello & Welcome

Oz Hemp Co Founder and Owner Dave Lewis has developed a great interest in how industrial hemp could help to restore the health of people and our planet. He believes hemp offers a sustainable, biodegradable and planet-friendly alternative to harmful substances like plastics and fossil fuels.  

Commercial Uses of Hemp


Hemp can be used in a wide variety of commercial products including paper, textiles, plastics, clothing, insulation, paint, biofuel, food, skin care and makeup.  


Hemp & Health

Hemp seeds are a nutritious addition to almost any diet. They are a great source of protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals that are needed to support a healthy body and mind. 

The naturally mild, but nutty taste makes it great to pair with just about anything. You can also use hemp seeds to make a creamy homemade hemp seed milk as featured in one of my blogs. You can also find many other recipes featuring hemp seeds throughout the website.

Hemp seeds are technically a nut and have a delicious, nutty flavour and contain more than 30% healthy fats. Including high levels of the essential fatty acids omega-6 and alpha-linolenic acid omega-3. These fatty acids are the same ones responsible for the health benefits of fish and flaxseed oils.

About 25% of calories in hemp seeds come from protein. By weight, hemp seeds provide similar amounts of protein as beef and lamb. They are considered a complete protein, which means they provide all the essential amino acids. 

They are also a rich source of dietary fibre, B vitamins, and minerals manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc and iron. 

Though hemp seeds have only recently become popular in the West, they are a staple food in many societies and provide excellent nutritional value.


Hello, I'm Dave and I'm the proud owner of Oz Hemp Co. I personally use hemp products for their amazing therapeutic and life changing benefits after I had an accident that left me with a traumatic brain injury. 



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